Containers & Cloud Solutions – Tegeria

Containers & Cloud Solutions

In today’s world of technological advancements, startups have the option of either setting up a physical or virtual location,
and established businesses can opt to shift all, or some of their operations into the virtual world.


There are several benefits to having a virtual, cloud-based set up and these include lower overheads in terms of rent and desk space, flexibility on working hours, lower maintenance costs, and untold benefits in being able to access a global talent pool.

Docker is one of the world’s leading container platforms that allows users to unlock the potential for dev and ops, whilst offering freedom of choice and agile operations for both legacy and cloud-native applications. It allows your developers and IT team the ability to build, manage and then secure business-critical applications without having to worry about infrastructure or technology related lock-in. Compatible with any traditional or cloud-native applications that are built on Windows Server or Linux, it brings them into a secure supply chain whilst reducing your infrastructure and maintenance costs.


Developed by Google, Kubernetes is a system that manages containerised applications in a clustered ecosystem. It’s core aims include aiming to improve the users way of managing related but distributed components across a varied infrastructure. It’s main selling point is that it has been used to run Google’s own systems for many years and it has the ability to lower the costs of cloud computing whilst simplifying architecture and operations. It acts as a single interface that deploys containers (such as docker) to a range of virtual machines, physical machines, and clouds in a way that further abstracts the traditional notion of storage and networks.

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a leading cloud computing platform by, offering a wide range of on-demand services such as computing power, storage, and machine learning. Launched in 2006, AWS enables businesses to scale and innovate without the need for upfront hardware investments, with a global network of data centers ensuring low-latency and high availability. With a pay-as-you-go model, AWS has become a go-to solution for organizations seeking flexible and cost-effective cloud infrastructure.

Google Cloud

Google Cloud is a suite of cloud computing services that runs on the same infrastructure that Google uses for its end-user products such as YouTube and Google Search. As well as providing management tools, it also offers users a range of modular cloud services such as data storage, data analytics, machine learning, and computing. By providing infrastructure as a service, as well as serverless computing environments, Google Cloud allows its users to streamline their operations whilst benefiting from increased efficiency, better security, and lower costs.